Friday, November 25, 2016

DEFENDANT: RMS

Hey Diana. Ya wanna go to court on this? LOL


It doesn't look good, Ric! LOL!



Guam's new bishop files documents in court
http://www.kuam.com/story/33778301/2016/11/23/guams-new-bishop-files-documents-in-court



Archbishop Michael Byrnes is taking no chances in asserting his control over the Redemptoris Mater Seminary.  He filed a complaint on November 18 in the superior court against any others who might try to claim ownership over the seminary.

The filings state it is meant to be an ancillary measure to protect and preserve the plaintiff - Archbishop Byrnes' - rights with regard to the Yona properties, and that any future claimants, including members of the Neocatechumenal Way, have no enforceable legal or equity interest.  The ten-page complaint also lays-out the background of the seminary's purchase by the archdiocese, and seeks the court's recognition that Archbishop Byrnes has sole and exclusive legal title.

The court action follows document filings at land management last week in which Byrnes also asserted control over the seminary and removed the previous board made up of members from the Neocatechumenal Way.




Related Story:
GUAM DAILY POST: Byrnes files complaint in Superior Court

39 comments:

  1. LMFAO. I saw this on kuam on thanksgiving eve. I was just waiting for this to be posted. Great job archbishop coadjutor!!! Any Diana's like dick Eusebio want to challenge this in court? Oh, Diana, you were right, ROME was listening. 🤔🙄

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  2. Maybe Eusebio will say Archbishop Byrnes has a “desire to seek public attention and provide his rendition of the truth in regards to the seminary.”

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    1. Hahaha. I won't be surprised if he actually did. It was already incredulous for him to say it about the Mother Superior, this will not be impossible.

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    2. Stupid is, as Stupid does....and you know what they say about fixing Stupid.

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  3. Eusebio's group should now use their real name and just call themselves "Neocatechumenal's for Apuron" in lieu of "Catholic's for Apuron".

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    1. Eusebio's group? Give me a break.

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    2. Yes, exactly the thoughts of the Catholics on Guam as well, 11-26 at 4:42PM. In fact, Eusebio's group is comprised of him, himself, himself and more of himself!

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    3. Anon@4:42 PM: You had a break when you were still a Catholic.

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  4. Now the NEOs will start blaspheming the name of Archbishop Byrnes like they did to Archbishop Hon. When things don't go Their Way, the leadership of the The Way start acting like a bunch of spoiled rotten kids on TIME-OUT! LOL!

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    1. Not yet. They're still blaming Hon---apparently he 'manipulated Byrnes'. Dianas want everyone to believe that everything Byrnes has done is due to Hon feeding him a bunch of lies--even saying he pushed him into signing the papers!

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    2. But it looks to me that Hon has signed these papers on behalf of Byrnes. Why didn't Hon wait for Byrnes to come on island? Hmmm? Why the rush to act?

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    3. Because of the deadline of Nov 21

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    4. And who was pushing Hon?

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    5. Yet, the NCW brethren seem to have forgotten that it was their beloved and precious Brother Tony that requested for Archbishop Hon in the first place. The Jungle still has the video and Diana's webpage should have it too if she didn't already delete it by now. LOL!

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  5. From now on, every response to Pius' heralds should just be ". . . see November 18, 2016."

    'Nuff said. - Stan Lee.

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  6. The KAKA filled Dungbat continues their web of lies to deflect from truth:

    Friday, November 25, 2016
    Summary Of Press Release
    Below is a comment showing the summary of Dr. Eusebio's press release:


    AnonymousNovember 25, 2016 at 9:13 AM
    Let me summarize:

    1. A subversion of moral authority has occurred from within the Catholic Church led by Archbishop Hon. They have neither addressed grave moral issues nor supported the moral authority of the Archbishop of Agana. This shows Hon's obvious moral depravity and bias.

    2. The toxic environment has been fueled by Mother Dawn Marie's own desire to seek public attention and provide her rendition of the truth in regards to the seminary. The alleged "request to lie" by Archbishop Apuron has never been substantiated.

    3. The email interchange between Archbishop Anthony Apuron and Mother Stella Maris leaves no doubt that the intention of the Carmelite nuns was to pay off the debt that was incurred in the acquisition of the property for the Redemptoris Mater Seminary.

    4. The Redemptoris Mater Seminary has been the only archdiocesan seminary in Guam and its relationship with the Neocatechumenal Way has been public. Therefore Mother Stella Maris most certainly knew it! So who is not telling the truth here?

    5. There was no truth to the accusations and threats by various organizations and individuals that the property was “given away” to the Neocatechumenal Way by Archbishop Apuron and alienated from the Archdiocese of Agana. This threat must be rejected. The Deed Restriction was about the right to use the property and not about owning the property.

    6. The property was never alienated, the authority of the archbishop has never been challenged and the new Archbishop Coadjutor, with a simple stroke of his pen, demonstrated the toxic nature of this gigantic mountain of lies.
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    AnonymousNovember 25, 2016 at 3:09 PM
    Dear Anon at 9:13--
    Two things: 1. If there was no question about the ownership or control over the property or the seminary, then why (as reported in PDN) is AB Byrnes filing documents in court to prevent any claims otherwise? and 2. How many Mother Stella Maris are there at that convent? You and Eusebio keep saying she is deceased, but now I'm hearing that she is alive?
    As someone said previously...."so confusing".

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    DianaNovember 25, 2016 at 3:18 PM
    Dear Anonymous at 3:09 pm,

    Because he was misled by Archbishop Hon. Hon has been pressuring him to sign those papers before he arrive. However, I am not worried. When he arrives and settles down, he will listen to both sides just as he said.

    You have been hearing rumors.

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    1. If The toxic environment has been fueled by Mother Dawn Marie's own desire to seek public attention and provide her rendition of the truth in regards to the seminary, then why didn't she refute the points Ricardo Eusebio vomited in his Press whatever it was? I didn't hear her.

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    2. 4:41pm, no need to refute. Documents sent to Rome regarding the donation is enough proof. Run along. The coajutor Archbishop Brynes is taking charge of things from afar. I'm beginning to have faith that the island will be under a new Shepherd. A no nonsense Shepherd. A Shepherd who knows how to take hold of the rein. A Shepherd who is ready to lead. Can't wait for the new makeover.

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    3. Yup, no need for that. Actually, Eusebio should thank his lucky stars, she didn't need to answer him because that would really have resulted to all of the Neo followers leaving that community and leaving the leaders by themselves.

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    4. Which is it? Abp Byrnes has always been in collaboration or Abp Byrnes, another "victim?"

      They can't even get their manipulations consistent.

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    5. There's no need to host another conference to refute Eusebio's "conjectures." Mother Dawn provided documents to Rome and Archbishop Hon acknowledged the existence of these documents. What can Eusebio produce?

      IMHO her conference was a mic drop and a "bye Felicia" to the RMS, NCW, and Apuron. There isn't a need for a follow-up

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    6. Diana says that Archbishop Hon pressured Archbishop Byrnes into signing the court papers. My question to Diana is "and you have that in writing"?

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  7. Now Ric, would this be necessary if the property still belonged to the Archdiocese? This legal action is necessary because the NCW hijacked the property by black mailing tony boy, possibly after learning of his dark secrets obtained from NCW echo sessions. Now dumb ass, read and heed.

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    1. Ring, ring. You rannnnngggg? Lurch, get ready to move 'em out. Yes, you too! Yes, you can take your blankie. Bye

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  8. Ohhhh, nooo. Do you really think Br Tony would be honest enough to ECHO his OWN sins? Maybe no. Came by those dark secrets by another means.

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    1. We have to pray for all of them. They are so programmed, brainwashed and were vulnerable to begin with they might despair or harm themselves or others. This is serious. Lord protect us in battle.

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    2. Both those things have happened a lot.

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  9. James Jones' cult continued to believe their own lies. Keep an eye out in case the stores start running out of Kool-aid! BTW Neo fake semenarians, you are now "tres"passing. So all three of you need to leave!

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  10. Thanks be to God for the imminent cleansing of our local Church from the toxins! May ask though, if the loan was originally secur

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  11. Arch Apuron has lied so much and for so long. He intended the purchase of the property to be used for Neo formation, and never told us, the local Church. And never told Mother Dawn. Thief. Coward.

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    1. Yes, 6:49 we knew there were Neo guys here; but we thought they were gong to attend OUR Archdiocesan seminary. Grrrrr

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  12. They will blame everything on Hon. He's their scapegoat now.

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  13. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)November 26, 2016 at 2:11 AM

    Fantastic! A dec action and request for injunctive relief. I love it! I am not gung-ho on litigation, but when it comes to dealing with Guam’s out-of-control NCW and the Gennarini folks, the filing of this complaint is a necessary action. Thank you also to the legal counsel team to the archbishops. On a spiritual note, the filing of this complaint says of Abp Brynes and Abp Hon, “We are the Shepherds of this Catholic community, don’t mess with our flock!” After decades of the Guam Katolikos not having protection and care from its archbishop, this is another recent breath of fresh air from Abps Byrnes and Hon! Thank you! Bravo for this legal move!

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    1. Agreed, Ms. de los Reyes. Neither am I a big fan of litigation, which so often can be frivolous or unnecessary. But this indeed was a wise move.

      As pointed out by Tim earlier, it is unlikely that the NCW Cult, Mr. Gennarini, et al., would sue the Archdiocese of Agaña to undo Abp. Byrnes’s dissolution of the RMS Board of Guarantors, etc.

      But, as you know, even that possibility places a “cloud” on the title to the property, for the duration of the statutory limitation period. (I do not know the length off hand, but typically real estate transactions are at the long end of the spectrum.)

      With this cloud of a potential adverse claim, the Archdiocese would find it impossible to get a mortgage on the property or to sell it.

      So this lawsuit will promote a return to sound, prudent management practices by the Archdiocese.

      Thank you so much for your many insightful legal, social, and spiritual comments from afar.

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    2. Rose de los Reyes (Seattle, WA)November 26, 2016 at 1:54 PM

      You’re welcome! I had concerns about a cloud, too, so it is a great calculated move to take out the potential of any cloud even if it means a lawsuit. You and I are in agreement that, under the circumstances, this suit is not frivolous. It is prudent.

      I especially like the fact that the complaint --- which is a public document and accessible to all --- spells out the chronology of events (better, the “chronology of deceit”) relating to the ownership of the Yona properties (paragraphs 13, 15, 16, 17). It also outlines the disobedience/defiance of Abp Apuron to the Holy See’s/Pope Francis’ direction (on more than one occasion) to cancel that deceitful deed restriction (paragraph 19, 22, 36, 37). As to his disobedience, we know that it is likely credited to the fact that his strings are being pulled by the NCW leadership but some part can still be blamed on his arrogance. I like the foresight in paragraph 29 and Item No. 4 in the “Prayer for Relief.” Going back my comment above that this complaint being a public document, it’s important because having a pleading on file in a court system that outlines the underhanded and illegal workings of the NCW is a step in the right direction in reigning in the liberties the NCW has taken in the operations of the Archdiocese of Agana. Many dioceses in several parts of the world have complained about the NCW operations within their dioceses, but those complaints are maintained as internal Church documents of ecclesiastical nature and not usually available to the public. In that way, written complaints or grievances about the NCW are not readily accessible. The filing this complaint in the a U.S. court of law exposes the NCW’s underhanded and illegal workings. That wasn’t the primary intent of this complaint, but I welcome this unintended consequence.

      It’s great to see the archdiocese cover its bases on its ownership of the Yona properties. I’m a firm believer in the brilliance of multiple minds because no single mind can come up with the best solutions to a problem. Members of the Finance Council and the legal team who advised Abps. Hon and Byrnes on this matter are a collection of those brilliant minds. It’s fantastic to see their collaboration in motion. This is the reverse of Abp Apuron who fired key members of the Finance Council in 2012 so that his misdeed with the deed would remain covert and also, presumably, because his sole “brilliant” mind knows everything! --- and look where that got him today.

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    3. The public nature, explanation and documentation of Abp Byrnes' moves is of untold benefit to the worldwide Catholic Church.

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  14. Just keep up with the praying and picketing. It's not over just yet. Pray for all the victims and that includes our brothers and sisters that fell for this cult and their evil manipulation of the Word of God. Peace. ✌🏼️

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    1. Rose de los Reyes (Seatle, WA)November 26, 2016 at 6:19 AM

      I agree with Anon 2:22. There are many areas in the local Church that need attention and repair after years of neglect and after years of being operated under a mostly dictatorial and secretive administration. The Yona property, which is the subject of the article above and the subject of this string of commentary, is just one of those areas. So much more work lies ahead, primary of which is the handling with compassion and equity of the sexual abuse claims that have been lodged, yet to be lodged, and never to be lodged against the archdiocese and certain of its priests; re-defining the place of the NCW within the local church (or if they will continue to have a place in the local Church at all); collective moral support for the clergy and religious whose reputations and actions have been both maligned by the Faithful for their silence in these turbulent times and who were held under an implicit threat of disobedience by the archbishop they served (Apuron) [imagine having to function under a tyrannical bishop at the cost of compromising some of your obligations to the parishioners that you serve. I hope those days are over for the priests of the local Church!]; availability of continued legitimate adult faith formation programs and classes to help the Faithful continue to love and/or to fall in love again with our beautiful Roman Catholic faith and its history so that, as a faith community, there will be little or no susceptibility to Christian movements in or outside the Church that purport to help you deepen your faith yet lead to you a cult-ish life; the defrocking of Abp Apuron who doesn’t deserve the honors afforded to Guam’s previous bishops; the return of the Diocese of Agana to the U. S. Catholic Conference of Bishops and out of CEPAC Conference, etc. … and the list goes on. Along with the local Faithful’s Sunday pickets, my prayers continue and my hope continues for every big and small step toward a healthier archdiocese. Collective visibility of the Faithful in expressing the desires their wish to effect in the church is important. The Sunday pickets is, as of today, the only collective visible “voice” of the Faithful. The pickets must continue for so long as there are major issues to be addressed by the local Church leadership.

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